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Weak Q1 for US pay-TV adds

Findings from broadband, media and entertainment industries analysis firm Leichtman Research Group (LRG) indicate that the thirteen largest pay-TV providers in the US – representing about 95 per cent of…

VidiPath in 70% of US cable homes by 2020

The Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA) has released results from an ABI Research study on the anticipated impact of VidiPath Certified devices for subscription TV service delivery to interoperable devices.…

MDA fines StarHub for cable disruption

The Media Development Authority (MDA) in Sinagpore has fined StarHub Cable Vision (SCV) S$50,000 for a cable television disruption on September 28th 2013. The incident, which started at around 12.40…

Satellite TV revenues to overtake cable

Satellite TV [DTH or DBS] revenues will overtake total cable TV revenues in 2015, according to Digital TV Research. Covering 138 countries, the Digital TV World Revenue Forecasts report estimates…

Tele Columbus: “IPO a success”

Tele Columbus Group, the third largest German cable network operator, started the financial year 2015 with gains in all relevant key figures. Revenues grew by 2.2 per cent year on…

Analyst: Retail OTT STBs to overtake Telco IPTV

Global shipments of of OTT STBs sold at retail – including Apple TV, Chromecast and Roku boxes – will overtake shipments of IPTV STBs used for pay-TV services in 2015,…

Com Hem: 30% of subs have TiVo

Com Hem: 30% of subs have TiVo

Swedish cable television firm Com Hem has posted first-quarter core profit in line with market expectations. The firm reported Q1 revenue of SEK 1.228 billion, an increase of 9.2 per…

Rovi, Mediacom solution deal

Rovi has announced a multi-solution deal with Mediacom, the eighth largest cable television provider in the US. Under the agreement, Mediacom is able to take advantage of the benefits of…

Cisco delivers new cBR-8 converged cable access platform

Ten Gbps Internet access became a reality today, as Cisco launched the cBR-8, the industry’s first Evolved Converged Cable Access Platform (CCAP). Offering broadband operators full DOCSIS 3.1 capabilities and 10 times…

Lebanon clamp down on cable piracy

The Lebanon’s Economy Minister, Alain Hakim has ruled that the country’s cable operators must pay to carry the nation’s eight major TV channels. The eight broadcasters are widely carried by…